Donor Delegation

You are invited to travel to Nicaragua!

In 2017 the donor delegation is special because CEPAD will be celebrating 45 years of service to the rural poor in Nicaragua. The trip will include visits to rural villages as well as being part of the celebration of CEPAD’s 45 years.

Dates: October 15-21, 2017

Cost: $975

Details: Travel to visit villages that your donations support and see the amazing transformations that you make possible. For more information you can view or  download our delegation brochure below.

Download Brochure: Donor Delegation Brochure 2017

Here is what past travelers say:

“I highly recommend this trip. I gained a vastly more in depth understanding  of the great work that CEPAD does. And you don’t just hear about it, you are privileged to see some of it and meet the people. That’s the best part. The itinerary is a nice mix of learning and interesting sight seeing with companionable  and fine people. We were well cared for, the hotel is comfortable and the food good and ample. You should go on this trip if you can. I have been enjoying it in retrospect ever since.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ~Kathleen

“The ‘Donors Appreciation’ trip was especially gratifying for us.  We got to see first hand what our donations have accomplished over the last 30 plus years.  We were very impressed by the organization and dedication of the CEPAD staff and volunteers – something you can’t see from thousands of miles away.  The best parts were seeing the differences in the culture, infrastructure, economic progress, political stability, and general improved standard of living for the many citizens with whom CEPAD has had contact since my mission trips there nearly 30 years ago.  The newsletters and vignettes are important and informative, but nothing can compare to an actual visit to see the conditions and successes firsthand.  We highly recommend a continuation of this type of visit to Nicaragua.”

~Ken and Wanda